A summary of upcoming events in Spring 2019.
Potential students can now apply for the Master's in Asian Studies.
Important dates and deadline for Spring 2019 students are included.
The Ikebana International Miami Chapter 131 is honored to join with Master Ceramicist James Herring and his colleagues from around the United States in an auction themed, “the Language of Flowers”. The public is invited to attend this fundraiser to support Parkland Cares whose mission is to provide immediate and long-term funding and awareness for mental health counseling for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivors, their families and the community-at-large.
Join us for a special lecture presented by Japanese Pottery Artist Ohi Toshio Chozaemon XI and a Tea Ceremony demonstration by Urasenke. In his lecture, Ohi will discuss ideas behind Japanese pottery art and how spirituality and culture influence Japanese craftsmanship "KOGEi" as well as the tea ceremony. Sponsored by the Consulate of Japan in Miami. Click here for more details!
Join us for a special presentation by Dr. Livia Kohn on the topic of "Daoism in China Today," based on her recent book titled, "Daoist China: Governance, Economy, Culture" (2018). In today's fast-paced society, Dr. Kohn explores the role and place of Daoism, sharing a series of vignettes representing different aspects of life in China, in each case describing the current situation and connecting it to the role and changing facets of Daoism today, focusing in turn on dimensions of governance, eco